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2110 7%28%58 <br />Swendseen had signified his approval before the Hearing. 1,10 objections to the <br />Proposed Vacation were registered at the Hearing, and none had been received prior <br />thereto. Bank offered the following Resolution and moved its adoption: <br />RESOLUTION VACATING DO1,7NING STREET <br />WHEREAS, a majority of the owners of the land abutting the street hereinafter <br />set forth have petitioned for the Vacation of said street; and <br />77HEREAS, trio weeks' published notice and posted notice of a hearing to be had <br />on said petition on June 23, 1958, at 7:00 p.m., has been given and made, and a <br />hearing has been had thereon by the Village Council: <br />NMI, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Village Council of the Village of Edina, <br />Hennepin County, „innesota that DO"ININIG STREET, lying East of Sherwood Road and <br />between Blocks 1 and 2, Edenmoor Addition, all as platted and of record in the <br />office of the Register of Deeds of Hennepin County, Minnesota, be, and are <br />hereby vacated. <br />it4otion for adoption of the Resolution was seconded by Tupa, and on Rollcall there <br />were five ayes and no nays, as follows: Bank, a Dickson, aye; Kohler, aye; <br />Tupa, aye; and Bredesen, aye; and the Resolut' n s adopted. <br />ATTEST: I'll r /1 <br />11ayor (/ <br />Village Clerk <br />NZ7 "DO',W,1I1.G STREET" TO BE A DEDICATED VILLAGE STREET. Bank then moved that, for <br />the protection of the owners of property in 17anner Addition, the Village proceed to <br />have the new, proposed "Downing Street ".legally dedicated for roadway purposes. <br />1.:otion seconded by Tupa and unanimously carried. <br />:7.50TH _STREET .1IDE11II%G BIDS AUTHORIZED; STREET I1.1PROVE1.1EiTT 1d0. E -3 - Edina Theatre <br />Corporation's letter dated July 3, stating that work on their canopy will be <br />completed by October 1, and asking that proposed viidening of W.50th Street (South <br />Side) be accomplished as soon as possible was read. Manager,Hyde asked for <br />authority to take bids on the project for construction after October 1, and Tupa <br />so moved. Motion seconded by Kohler and carried. <br />HEARIILG SCHEDULED ON I.IATTER OF REPAIR OR REI:OVAL OF BUILDINGS AT 6300 VIRGI14IA AVENUE <br />Petition for removal of "unsightly and dangerous buildings" at 6300 Virginia Avenue <br />was considered. 1.1anager Hyde recommended that Council schedule a Hearing on this <br />matter, under Ordinance No. 148, and Bank moved that Hearing be scheduled for <br />1,1onday, August 11, at 7:00 P.M. notion seconded by Tupa and carried. <br />LEGAL LIABILITY FOR LIQUOR STORE. Brandow Insurance Company's quotation of July 17, <br />giving one -year premium of $587.50 for $100/200,000 BI; $50,000 PD; $50,000 leans <br />of Support; $10,000 Deductible, was discussed. Dickson moved that proposition be <br />tabled. Motion seconded by Kohler and carried. <br />PETITIONS FOR IM ROVEi NITS ACCEPTED. The following Improvement Petitions were <br />filed; and, by motion Tupa, seconded by Dickson and carried, xiere accepted: <br />1. Oiling - Philbrook Lane. <br />2. Oiling - Beard five., V1.57th to V7.58th St. <br />3. Oiling - Hansen Rd., Forslin Drive to Valley View Road. <br />4. Oiling - Birchcrest Drive, Code Ave. to Hansen Road. <br />5. BLACKTOPPING - Idylwood Drive, South Blake Road to Schaefer Road. <br />6. BLACKTOPPING - York Ave., ; 7.60th St. to include 6041 York Ave. <br />REPUBLICAAj COPZJTTEE REQUEST FOR MOBILE REGISTRATION UI4IT DmIED. Republican <br />Committee's request for permission to operate a "I.Robile Registration Unit" before <br />the forthcoming Primary Election was reluctantly denied after Village Attorney <br />Hasselquist had informed the Council that the lati requires that registrations be <br />made at "a place" (interpreted to mean a 'stationary' place). Committee was <br />commended by the Council fot its interest, and asked to publicize voters <br />registration. <br />PEARCE PRELIMINARY PLAT CONSIDERED (YJ. 491.45 Ft. of Cassin's Outlot M5). This <br />Preliminary was submitted, with Planning Commission's July 16th recommendation <br />for approval subject to part: dedication of 5,a' in either land or monies and <br />receipt of topography and street profiles. Plat, prepared by Evert Kincaid and <br />Associates, Planning Consultants of Chicago, showed Zenith avenue extended South, <br />on a curve, to ,'7.64th Street, a curved street to the North of the lagoon; a street <br />just East of the ;lest boundary of the property, extending South from V1.64th Street <br />to meet a semi- circular street which will extend North of W.66th Street at the <br />East and ,*lest borders of the property for approximately 600 feet. Village Engineer <br />Zikan stated that ;'lest 64th Street, as platted, will be satisfactory for underground <br />utilities extensions. <br />Accompanying the Preliminary -Plat were Miss Pearce's requests for - <br />1. REGI0NIT SHOPPIM ZON IIIG for that area within the plat lying South of a line <br />600 Ft. North of centerline of 17.66th Street; the proposed use being for <br />office buildings; and <br />